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50mg Calibration Weights

Model No. Product Name Price Qty
AM1-50MG 50mg M1 Calibration Weight
£5.10
AF2-50MG 50mg F2 Calibration Weight
£10.00
AF1-50MG 50mg F1 Calibration Weight
£10.85
AE2-50MG 50mg E2 Calibration Weight
£21.75
AE1-50MG 50mg E1 Calibration Weight
£55.00
AHG-1 White Cotton Lint Handling Gloves
£2.10
AF-100 100mm Stainless Steel Forceps
£5.65
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Details

Our 50mg calibration weights are available in OIML classes E1, E2, F1, F2, and M1. Details of their material and packaging are provided in the specifications below. Handling weights this size is an extremely delicate process and we highly recommend the purchase of forceps and/or gloves as oils and debris from the body can affect their accuracy.

Customised Sets

Customised weight sets of 7 or more boxed weights can be quoted for. Please apply for a quotation clearly stating the class & nominal value of the weights you require.

Calibration Certificates

Individual certificates of calibration are available. Prices on application.

Full Specifications
Model No Material Supplied Box OIML Standard
E1-50MG Stainless Steel Wooden Box Weight Standards of the highest accuracy class, mostly only as Reference Standards for meteorological services.
E2-50MG Nickel Silver Plastic Box Weight Standards, the most accurate for testing, calibrating and adjusting most high resolution, high precision balances with a resolution of 100,000 divisions.
F1-50MG Nickel Silver Plastic Box High precision weights suitable for testing, calibrating and adjusting most high precision balances with a resolution of 100,000 divisions.
F2-50MG Nickel Silver Plastic Box High precision weights suitable testing, calibrating and adjusting most precision balances with a resolution up to 50,000 divisions.
M1-50MG Nickel Silver Plastic Box Precision weights suitable for testing, calibrating and adjusting most precision balances and trade balances, with a resolution of 10,000 divisions.